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This is a one-hour weekly talk show focusing on health issues in Indian country. The show covers a broad range of health issues, viewed in a holistic way in keeping with traditional Native perspectives.

Latest Episodes

Tools for Life and Health

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? This week's show opens with practical information and tools for small business startup, especially for Native American veterans and their families. The last two segments of this week's show acquaint listeners with InBody, a company providing high tech body composition tools that can help tribes and individuals address diabetes, obesity, and more. For more information: Sba.gov, InBody.com

57 MIN1 w ago
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Tools for Life and Health

Education and Inspiration

In this week's show you'll first learn how an online curriculum called "Farm Stew Basic", developed for indigenous peoples in Africa, might be used in Indian Country. Next, you'll gain inspiration in healthy living from Yves Monnier who used practical lifestyle principles to drop 80 pounds in about 12 months. For more information: FarmStew.org and ItIsWritten.com

57 MIN2 w ago
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Education and Inspiration

Transformations Among Indigenous Populations

Today's guests share the transformative power of indigenous wisdom and modern science. You'll learn how "worthless land" near the Navajo nation was turned into an award-winning garden; how First Nations peoples in Guam are transforming their health; how a specialist is using diet to help change the narrative about kidney failure; and much more. For more information: HR@AdventistClinic.com (Robinson); 217-322-2516 (Crosbys)

57 MINNOV 12
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Transformations Among Indigenous Populations

Skills for Rescue and Relief

Rick Young begins this week's show with a description of an innovative college degree in International Rescue and Relief. Dr. DeRose's guests then discuss imparting skills to "rescue" other high-risk groups like Native youth from disadvantaged backgrounds and individuals in dysfunctional marriages. For further information: www.ucollege.edu/irr; Restoration-international.org; www.Holbrookindianschool.org or 928-524-6845.

57 MINNOV 5
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Skills for Rescue and Relief

Dealing with Desperate Diseases

Guests: Keith Schleifer, MD and Joyce Choe, MD Cancer and autoimmune diseases are among today's most threatening diagnoses. Practicing physicians Drs. Keith Schleifer of Colorado and Joyce Choe of Washington share encouraging insights into natural therapies that may help with these conditions. For further information: www.Eden-valley.org or 970-669-7730 (Schleifer); www.Drjoycechoe.com

57 MINOCT 29
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Dealing with Desperate Diseases

The Power of Service

Guests: Nirvana Walton & Bethie Melidor (NAPS); Terri Saelee (Adventist Refugee and Immigrant Ministries); Karen Holland (Oklahoma Academy); Hildelisa Flickinger, MS, RD, CNSC Engaging in service can enrich your own life and change the world around you. Today'''s show explores the power of service in diverse settings ranging from schools, to refugee camps, to the kitchens in our own homes. For further information: www.NAPSglobal.org; www.refugeeministries.org; OklahomaAcademy.org (405-454-6211); or email: HGflickinger@hotmail.com

57 MINOCT 22
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The Power of Service

The Power of Mindset

Popular health educator, and Director of Lifestyle Matters, Vicki Griffin, shares her personal story of overcoming an abusive childhood, sharing survival skills about the power of "mindset" that can help each listener with his or her own challenges. For further information_ www.LifestyleMatters.com

57 MINOCT 15
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The Power of Mindset

Feeding Your Brain

Optimal brain function requires an optimal lifestyle. Gain insights into how nutrition, media, and education all affect our brain's health--and our health in general. For further information: itiswritten.org (HF); Womeninthesanctuary@gmail.com (JMS); Artvnow.com (CJ); and heartland.edu (DG)

57 MINOCT 8
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Feeding Your Brain
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Latest Episodes

Tools for Life and Health

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? This week's show opens with practical information and tools for small business startup, especially for Native American veterans and their families. The last two segments of this week's show acquaint listeners with InBody, a company providing high tech body composition tools that can help tribes and individuals address diabetes, obesity, and more. For more information: Sba.gov, InBody.com

57 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Tools for Life and Health

Education and Inspiration

In this week's show you'll first learn how an online curriculum called "Farm Stew Basic", developed for indigenous peoples in Africa, might be used in Indian Country. Next, you'll gain inspiration in healthy living from Yves Monnier who used practical lifestyle principles to drop 80 pounds in about 12 months. For more information: FarmStew.org and ItIsWritten.com

57 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Education and Inspiration

Transformations Among Indigenous Populations

Today's guests share the transformative power of indigenous wisdom and modern science. You'll learn how "worthless land" near the Navajo nation was turned into an award-winning garden; how First Nations peoples in Guam are transforming their health; how a specialist is using diet to help change the narrative about kidney failure; and much more. For more information: HR@AdventistClinic.com (Robinson); 217-322-2516 (Crosbys)

57 MINNOV 12
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Transformations Among Indigenous Populations

Skills for Rescue and Relief

Rick Young begins this week's show with a description of an innovative college degree in International Rescue and Relief. Dr. DeRose's guests then discuss imparting skills to "rescue" other high-risk groups like Native youth from disadvantaged backgrounds and individuals in dysfunctional marriages. For further information: www.ucollege.edu/irr; Restoration-international.org; www.Holbrookindianschool.org or 928-524-6845.

57 MINNOV 5
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Skills for Rescue and Relief

Dealing with Desperate Diseases

Guests: Keith Schleifer, MD and Joyce Choe, MD Cancer and autoimmune diseases are among today's most threatening diagnoses. Practicing physicians Drs. Keith Schleifer of Colorado and Joyce Choe of Washington share encouraging insights into natural therapies that may help with these conditions. For further information: www.Eden-valley.org or 970-669-7730 (Schleifer); www.Drjoycechoe.com

57 MINOCT 29
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Dealing with Desperate Diseases

The Power of Service

Guests: Nirvana Walton & Bethie Melidor (NAPS); Terri Saelee (Adventist Refugee and Immigrant Ministries); Karen Holland (Oklahoma Academy); Hildelisa Flickinger, MS, RD, CNSC Engaging in service can enrich your own life and change the world around you. Today'''s show explores the power of service in diverse settings ranging from schools, to refugee camps, to the kitchens in our own homes. For further information: www.NAPSglobal.org; www.refugeeministries.org; OklahomaAcademy.org (405-454-6211); or email: HGflickinger@hotmail.com

57 MINOCT 22
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The Power of Service

The Power of Mindset

Popular health educator, and Director of Lifestyle Matters, Vicki Griffin, shares her personal story of overcoming an abusive childhood, sharing survival skills about the power of "mindset" that can help each listener with his or her own challenges. For further information_ www.LifestyleMatters.com

57 MINOCT 15
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The Power of Mindset

Feeding Your Brain

Optimal brain function requires an optimal lifestyle. Gain insights into how nutrition, media, and education all affect our brain's health--and our health in general. For further information: itiswritten.org (HF); Womeninthesanctuary@gmail.com (JMS); Artvnow.com (CJ); and heartland.edu (DG)

57 MINOCT 8
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Feeding Your Brain
the END
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